Croatia, Vir - House / villa, first row to the sea, on the beach
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 3620/30, House / Villa Off market

Selling price:1 €

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Location: Vir
  • First row to the sea
  • Sea view
  • Parking
  • It has an Energy Certificate

Living space: 250
Land space: 265
Number of rooms: 5
Number of floors: 1
Number of bathrooms: 5
Distance from sea: 3 m


This beautiful family / apartment house is situated in a fantastic location, right by the sea, almost on the sandy beach, in the most beautiful bay on the island Vir.

This house is one of four houses in the private yard which is used only by the owners. It consists of three categorized apartments (3 *** stars). - On the ground floor: A6 - 4 + 2 beds, 99 m2 of living space (max. 8 people) - On the first floor A4 - 4 beds, 67 m2 (max. 6 people) - On the first floor overlooking the sea and garden: A2 - 2 + 2 beds, 42 m2 (max. 5 persons). All apartments are fully functionally equipped and furnished, and each has a bathroom and one or two parking spaces in the courtyard.

Nice location of the house and the proximity of all facilities (shops, restaurants, bus stations, city center and airport) offer a great active holidays in the high season, and quiet and relaxing holiday in the pre and post season. This holiday villa is very convenient starting point for day trips because of its proximity to national parks Krka, Plitvice, Kornati, Velika Paklenica and Mala Paklenica. Vir is connected to the mainland and the island is located across Zadar.

Location description
Vir (pronounced [v̞îːr]; Italian: Puntadura, Dalmatian: Punta de Ura), an island on the Croatian coast of the Adriatic Sea with an area of 22 km2,[1] lies north of the city of Zadar. It is connected to the mainland via a road bridge. The main village on the island, the eponymous village of Vir, had a population of 1,608 As of 2001. There are two more villages, Lozice and Torovi. The highest peak on the island is Bandira (112 m).

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